"So Good" as written by and Brian J. Culbertson....
Everyday must I wait on you hand and foot?
'Cause on the way past I
One time when you made me feel so good

Ribbons in your hair, they were never there
And it's not a subscription, not a daily nightmare
It's upkeep I can't keep up, so I keep the faith and
Wear
And I think you have gone nuts, all my time's full
There

This wound will never mend a trophy for a friend
Why don't you take a vacation from the land of make-
Pretend
It's upkeep I can't keep up, so I keep the faith and
Wear
And I think you have gone nuts, all my time's full
There

And everyday must I wait on you hand and foot?
'Cause on the way past I

That one time when you made me feel good

Everyday must I wait on you hand and foot?
'Cause on the way past I
One time when you made me feel so good

Ribbons in your hair, they were never ever there
And it's not a subscription, not a daily nightmare
It's upkeep that I can't keep up, so I keep the faith
And wear
And I think you have gone nuts, all my time's?

And everyday must I wait on you hand and foot?
'Cause on the way past I
One time when you made me feel good

Everyday must I wait on you hand and foot?
'Cause on the way past I
One time when you made me feel so good, you're so good


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"So Good" as written by Brian J. Culbertson

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